Who doesn't love a good chocolate chip cookie?! I've never had one I didn't like, but everyone has their favorite recipe, right? Mine is this one. A perfectly golden, crispy edge with a gooey, soft middle that just melts in your mouth. The trick I've learned is letting the dough rest overnight in the fridge. It really makes all the difference in the world. It's a little hard to wait that long especially if you're like me and want chocolate chip cookies right away, but it's totally worth it. I promise! The ingredients have a chance to blend together making the cookies more flavorful. Also I used mini chocolate chips, instead of the regular size. I think using mini chips gives you that chocolatey bite in every mouthful (which I love!). I've made a lot of chocolate chip cookie recipes each always a little different, but after making this one I finally found a recipe that's here to stay!
Valentine’s Day Sugar Cookies
Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and I usually make a special dessert. Whether it's cheesecake, chocolate covered strawberry's or sugar cookies, I love having a treat to look forward to while celebrating. This year, I thought dressing up sugar cookies would be really fun to make, especially since I saw these cute Valentine's [...]
Cranberry Pecan Oatmeal Cookies
Lance and I have been getting cookie deliveries lately from friendly neighbors dropping by to say happy holidays. I love looking inside the festive tin boxes to see what treats are in store! In one tin box we got caramel popcorn, fudge and these coconut macaroon type cookies dipped in chocolate. I haven't tried those [...]
Raspberry Almond Thumbprint Shortbread Cookies
Lately one of my most favorite things to make are cookies. I'm not sure if it's because I'm getting into the holiday spirit or I just love trying different cookie recipes out. So far this holiday season I've made my all time favorite, Peanut Butter Blossoms, but I wanted to try a recipe that I've [...]